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A Little Girl Of Long Ago

Auhtor: Amanda Minnie Douglas

Language: english
Published: 1897

Genres:

history,  young readers,  fiction and literature
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Girl Of Long Ago':

... in the world that I am glad to live and be among them, if I can't ever be quite straight and strong.. My dear child. Doctor Joe's eyes said the ...
... my thinking, he added, when he saw how disappointed the little girl looked. And, oh. see here, Mr. Willis is handsome and Gaylord Clark, and there ...
... I've heard lambs make a dozen different sounds.. The little girl laughed. She was very fond of listening to what Aunt Famie did when she was little ...
... she wanted a real nice, smart, refined boy. Charles was obedient and truthful, neat and orderly, and always had his lessons by heart. He was ...
... the truth, the little girl was rather homesick for a night or two. There was so much to see, so many drives and all but she had never been away alone ...
... feel like crying. But her father hugged her up close. She would always have him. It had not seemed so sad to have Nora go away in fact they could see ...
... that. There was no one to go out with, and she was too old to play. Last summer, they had gone around with Daisy in her wheeling-chair, and found ...
... suffers bravely to the death, amid untold privation, and another takes up the dropped burthen with a devotion no anxiety can wear out, is it not proof ...
... Then there is his unfortunate habit, that you cannot help feeling ought not to belong to a person of his intelligence. It is a great pity.. Hanny sighed. ...
... one has been called upon to part with their nearest and dearest.. John Underhill's wife had lost both father and mother, within twenty-four hours ...
... by courtesy, though it was the only way of getting up from the river. Great trees overhung it on one side, and gave it a weird, darkened aspect. It ...
... in its favour was that it would save a woman's strength and give her more leisure. But employment of any kind out of the house was considered derogatory ...
... with Nicoll on it, stamped it as undeniably aristocratic, Miss Lily thought. She urged her mother to accept it. I don't feel as if I could ...
... Ben to lend him a hundred dollars, which he would pay back by degrees. No girl should ever win a smile out of him again. He would never borrow ...
... and she is very queenly.. But I am not queenly.. No, but you could be, if you set about it.. She had some frocks to wear out that could ...
... she is here enjoying herself. Oh, isn't it the regulation thing to speak of the hero of the feast. Of course when you heard he was coming to lecture ...
... and then. We have known each other long enough to be quite sure, quite satisfied. But she has said all along she would not marry me until she could be ...
... away. Wouldn't it be splendid, Hanny.. Hanny assented with a smile. I will see if I can find the others, said the doctor, rising and looking at ...
... her to know all the story. It seems as if his whole life will not be long enough to get it told and he must begin at once. When. There is a startled ...
... where wealth has made gardens and terraces akin to those of Paradise. And winding down the old road leading to the vale, they find a little dark-eyed ...